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The ILTE is the "teaching learning center" at IU Southeast. We are a resource designed to assist faculty with advancing and enhancing their teaching and learning.
We use a multi-faceted approach that will:
- provide opportunities to pursue professional development and improvement of teaching by offering a variety of workshops and symposia and fostering a culture of collegiality and excitement about teaching/learning excellence on campus;
- help faculty take advantage of rapidly changing technology, such as digital imaging, Oncourse (Indiana University's online course management tool) and electronic searches to facilitate effective student learning;
- integrate associate faculty into the professional development opportunities;
- assist faculty in developing effective strategies for selecting learning objectives, establishing effective course activities and assignments, and assessing student outcomes.
News and Events
Faculty are highly encouraged to use IU FLAGS. Please visit the following webpage regarding IU FLAGS:
If you missed the presentation on Data About the First Year Students by Donna Dahlgree, you can view the presentation at the following link. https://connect.iu.edu/p2rluap7hka/
If you missed the presentation on Why Teach an MLS Course? by Brian Hall, you can see the presentation at the following link. https://connect.iu.edu/p1o9dltpuhs/
Online Cohort Training
Faculty enrolled in the online cohort training course will be meet on the following days:
Applying the Quality Matters Rubric Workshop
This workshop will introduce faculty and staff to the QM Rubric and Process, sharing best practices for online course design. The QM Rubric is a research-based set of standards that can be used during the course design process. The workshop is especially effective for those who are already teaching online, and many participants say it improves their face-to-face teaching as well.
Dates (offfering two sessions): Feb. 28, 2014 (full) OR April 18, 2014